After winning LIVE MILLIONS Russia Main Event in August last year, partypoker ambassador Anatoly Filatov begins 2019 with yet another first-place achievement to add to his impressive poker resumé.
His latest poker tournament conquered was the WPT Russia High Roller event, also co-sponsored by partypoker.
According to the Hendonmob, the Russian poker pro's current total live earn[...] Read more » WPT Russia High Roller event won by Anatoly Filatov for $119,730
Joined: Mar '09
Age: 42 (F)
We have seen tournaments and tournaments with high buy ins, the high roller ones. But this one with only 120k USD for the first place you cant really say that Unless the participation was too low and the buy in very high, in comparison with the winnings.
Joined: Jan '14
Age: 40 (M)
Not all tournaments are the same because probably no one wants this thing. It's just like in online poker. Buy-ins are different and the number of players same. Now it also depends on each country, purchasing power and other. Russia is not America when it comes to poker. Americans are very active in this game and more than that strangers prefer to come to Sua not in Russia. Because of this the 1st prize is a small one. However, in the end it is not too small. Phil Hellmut won few days ago only $37.248 for 1st place.
Joined: Apr '17
Age: 32 (M)
Congratulations to Anatoly for winning another event ... I really like to see this type of news, and not the ones that I see a lot about the problems or illegal things that people do or do not have money with today, but just like that is life the most you can say hahaha hopefully had a bit of luck of poker players donate me some luck hahaha
Joined: May '09
Age: 34 (M)
its strange that we dont have anything about tournament,not a single word how much was buy in,how many players did we had,other payouts and so on!just two pictures and we know only his prize and this was high roller event,so buy in was big,but nothing more!